Capacity Asia 2023: Who’s attending, and what can we expect?

  • Capacity Asia 2023 in Singapore unites global digital leaders for key connectivity discussions.
  • Agenda highlights include last-mile connectivity and industry advancements.

The bustling city of Singapore is set to host the highly anticipated Capacity Asia 2023 on December 12 and 13 at the prestigious Shangri-La. As Asia Pacific’s premier connectivity conference, the event will plough through various thought-provoking sessions, engaging discussions, and provide ample networking opportunities for the digital infrastructure community.

Diverse agenda reflecting industry evolution

The agenda for Capacity Asia 2023 is designed to delve into the transformative trends shaping the digital infrastructure landscape. A special welcome reception sponsored by China Unicom on December 11 will set the tone for two days of collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Key sessions on December 12 include a keynote fireside chat exploring the next wave of digital infrastructure over the next five years. Following this, a panel discussion titled “Adapt & Conquer: New Strategies for Closing the Digital Divide” will highlight innovative approaches to addressing connectivity disparities.

The agenda also features a capacity seminar focusing on the hurdles to delivering last-mile connectivity in emerging markets, scaling FTTH, and financing models for core network deployment. An emphasis on comprehensive topics like content hosting, cloud deployments, regulation, investment, data center expansion, and subsea connectivity showcases the event’s commitment to covering the industry’s broad spectrum.


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Networking opportunities abound

Capacity Asia 2023 aims to foster meaningful relationships among decision-makers from across the digital infrastructure ecosystem. Attendees can leverage numerous networking breaks, brunch and lunch briefings, and drinks receptions to forge connections, share insights, and explore potential partnerships. The event encourages open discussions on lowering latency, enhancing business resiliency, and identifying growth market opportunities.

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Insightful testimonials reflect event’s impact

AQUA COMMS describes the event as an “excellent opportunity for networking,” emphasizing the attendance of industry experts and educational panels. SMSCLOUD HUB commends Capacity Asia for being the catalyst to discuss global technology limitations and defining the role of Telecom Technology in society. AXIATA appreciates the platform for engaging with East Asian, ASEAN, Chinese, and Indian operators.

The 2023 agenda’s forward-looking focus includes sessions on AI, IoT, and cybersecurity, reflecting the industry’s evolving landscape. Capacity Asia continues to champion inclusivity, providing a platform for women technologists and fostering diversity in the sector.

Capacity Asia 2023 emerges as a cornerstone event for telcos, carriers, and technology providers to share knowledge, chart industry development, and address global technology challenges. As Singapore welcomes industry leaders and professionals, the event stands poised to shape the future of digital infrastructure across the Asia Pacific region.


Flavie Du

Flavie Du was a senior writer at BTW media focused on blockchain and fintech investment. She graduated from King’s College London.

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